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Ritual Steel - Immortal

Ritual Steel
by Samantha Lynn Ham at 27 May 2013, 1:08 PM

RITUAL STEEL’s “Immortal” is definitely not the worst album I have ever heard, but certainly not the best. One could barely call it good. I found the deeper I went into the album; the less I got anything but disappointment from it. And I was really turned off to the album beginning with the first track “Aggressor”. The song had a three minute intro before vocals, and not only was the introduction kind of lacking; the vocals that followed weren’t worth waiting for! I mean no disrespect; because they are a talented group of men, and I am sure they put a great deal of passion into “”Immortal”.

I had never heard RITUAL STEEL before, and my first experience was not a pleasant one honestly. I felt like most the music sounded pretty much the same on many tracks. I didn’t want to think that being they have been around for a while that all their stuff was so inadequate. So, deeply I dug, and I uncovered two older albums “Blitz Invasion” and “Invincible Warriors”. Those were amazing albums. Songs like “The Witch” and “Bitter Blood” were the kind of songs that I would gladly blare. There was not one enjoyable song on this entire album to me.

Listening to “Immortal” felt like listening to some amateur garage band or Jack Black from “School of Rock”. They just seemed to be trying so hard to be something they aren’t. And a lot of the blandness could be remedied, because a lot of it is the vocals. Not to say John Cason is bad, he is just bland. I hope that if they do make another album, they make it much more enjoyable than this one was. 

1 Star Rating

1. Aggressor
2. The Ritual Law
3. Judgement Day
4. Dr. West
5. Satisfy Your Dreams
6. Fire
7. Solar Maiden II
8. Metal Sanctuary
9. Get Down to the Underworld
10. Welcome to the Metal Dead
John Cason - Vocals
Sven Goege - Guitar
Sven Kamieth - Guitar
Bjorn Bombach - Bass
Martin Zellmer - Drums & Percussion
Record Label: Killer Metal Records


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